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Monday, March 21, 2011

NEW REVIEW: S. M. Gant - Mahogany's Soul

Mahogany's SoulS. M. Gant
Mahogany's Soul
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3 out of 5 books


Mahogany Harrison is a beautiful, ambitious young sista on the rise, climbing the corporate ladder to success. The only thing she cannot seem to get right is finding a good man to settle down with. Mahogany is the type of woman that refuses to deal with any BS a man gives her. It takes 1 strike and you're out...no second nor third chances with her. The one man that seems to hold her interest and captivate her heart is that of Jon Lawrence Butler a.k.a. Trey.

Trey is a well-known and respected hustler. Although he cares for Mahogany, he is not quite ready to settle down. As time moves forward, their on-again, off-again relationship comes full circle, and they become engaged. These two will face quite a few hardships and obstacles that just may very well prevent them from ever becoming husband and wife. Will Mahogany and Trey be able to stand the tests of time?

Mahogany's Soul by S. M. Gant was a story of love, lust and control. The story was very slow moving for the first 100 pages, then picked up for about 30 pages just to slow right back down again, making for a difficult read. The story was way too detailed, much like filler pages. Also, the characters talked like a well versed Hallmark card, which would have been okay if it would have been every once in awhile. It's hard to fathom a so called thug talking like that ALL the time. There are two particular moments in the book that the author did a very good job in describing the scenes. With all of this combined, Mahogany's Soul just made for an okay read.

Reviewed by Leona for Urban Reviews

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